Woman sentenced for robbery

By RYAN DUNN staff writer A Toledo woman was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison for attacking a Findlay Village Mall employee with pepper spray during a robbery. Asia D. Burwell, 19, pleaded guilty to spraying a Buckle clothing store worker on May 24 as he tried to stop...

Officer who crashed cruiser has not returned to full duty

A Findlay police officer has not yet returned to full duty after crashing his cruiser two weeks ago. The department will not reinstate Officer Ryan Parsons, 38, until he completes additional testing and a doctor approves his return, said Lt. Robert Ring. Parsons on Oct. 14 said...

Tax estimate payments due

Third-period income tax estimate payments for Findlay and Arlington individuals are due Friday. Vouchers for all four estimate periods are available on the Tax Department’s website at findlay taxforms.com. To avoid an annual interest charge of 18 percent, Findlay and...

Kalmbach offers tours of new plant

CAREY — A new factory to produce packaged animal feed for retail sale will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at Kalmbach Feeds, 5968 Ohio 199, Carey. Tours will start at 10 a.m. A ribbon-cutting will be held at 11 a.m. and lunch will be available at noon....

City man charged in Sink’s Flower Shop fire

By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER A Findlay man was indicted Tuesday on arson charges in connection with an August fire that destroyed Sink’s Flower Shop and damaged neighboring homes. Bryant D. Smith, 19, faces three counts of arson and one count of vandalism for allegedly...

Three candidates seek Ohio House seat

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Three candidates are vying for the 83rd District seat in the Ohio House, but none is a Democrat. District voters can choose between incumbent Rep. Robert C. Sprague, a Findlay Republican; Libertarian Greg Norris of Rushsylvania; and independent Kevin...

WITH VIDEO: Husted touts voter reforms in local stop

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted’s campaign stop in Findlay attracted only a few of the GOP faithful Tuesday afternoon. About 15 people, mostly elected officials and the media, attended as Husted made his case for re-election. He offered words...

Videotape shows Schaeffer admitting to helping Weiker

By BRIAN BOHNERT FOR THE COURIER TIFFIN — A Fostoria man, accused of complicity in a Memorial Day arson that killed two people, told investigators he helped the woman who started the blaze because he wanted to have a relationship with her, a video showed Tuesday. Several...
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